Red Poppy Festival Classic Car Show Call for Registration

The streets around the Georgetown Square become a classic car showroom at the 2014 Red Poppy Festival Classic Car and Truck Show, held on Saturday, April 26 at the Red Poppy Festival. If you have a classic car or truck, be a part of this annual tradition at Georgetown’s biggest festival of the year. To […]


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Public Meeting on New Building Codes Feb. 27

The City of Georgetown Building Inspection Services Department will hold a public meeting on February 27 related to the adoption of new building codes. At the meeting, the City will solicit feedback and present a process for public hearings for review of the 2012 International Codes. The meeting on February 27 is from 3 to […]


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Access to City Council / Boards Agendas Down Feb 7

On Friday, February 7, the City Council and Boards & Commissions agendas will be inaccessible as the server is brought down for maintenance from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.  We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you.  If you need access to a file during this time, please contact City Hall at (512) […]


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Downtown Low-Down Meeting January 15

2014 will be another bustling year for Downtown Georgetown! To find out about upcoming City projects and event updates, plan to attend the next quarterly Downtown Low-Down meeting. The City’s quarterly Downtown Low-Down Meeting will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 15, at Roots Bistro (118 W. 8th Street). We will be serving […]


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Paving on Del Webb Blvd: Update

Update, Nov. 4: Paving work on Del Webb Boulevard that was scheduled for today has been delayed until Thursday, November 7 due to the rain forecast for this week. Milling of the road surface may continue, but could be suspended due to lightning. — Update, Nov. 1: Paving work on Del Webb Boulevard has been delayed until […]


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Georgetown 3rd on Best American Suburbs Ranking

A recent analysis of 75 cities in the top 25 U.S. metro areas ranked Georgetown third on the list. The top ten list of America’s Best Suburbs, placing Georgetown at no. 3 in the country, was done by Movoto, a real estate company in California. The ranking was based on several factors including shopping, dining, […]


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Call For Volunteers: Boards & Commissions

The City of Georgetown is recruiting highly qualified and dedicated individuals to serve on one of Georgetown’s Advisory Boards or Commissions. The City Council depends on citizen board members to assist in evaluating local issues to enrich and promote the community. For more information regarding the variety of boards and commissions and their roles in […]


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Some Web Services Will Be Unavailable Friday, Sept 6

Some web services of the City of Georgetown will be unavailable on Friday September 6.  We anticipate that the services will be restored by Saturday morning. Report a Street Light Outage Form Request A City Service GIS – Online Mapping Tools We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


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Apply to Serve on the Library Advisory Board

UPDATE: Thank you for your interest in advocating for the best library in Texas! The position has been filled. However, we look for new board members at the beginning of every year and whenever an opening becomes available, so please contact us if you have an interest in participating. The City of Georgetown is recruiting […]


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Results for District 7 Election

The Williamson County Elections office has posted unofficial final results from the May 11 District 7 Georgetown city council election. Final results were posted at 10 p.m. Below are the election results: Georgetown City Council District 7 Votes Percent Tommy Gonzalez 170 58.42% Brenda Baxter 121 41.58% For complete May 11 election results, go to […]


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